The judge found there wasn’t enough evidence that Trump and other officials had conspired to violate protesters’ rights.
One video showed Cruz's dog Snowflake looking at the protesters through a front door window, reminiscent of the time the poodle was photographed after the senator ditched him and millions of Texans freezing in a deadly winter storm for a Cancún vacation.
While the NCAA can still restrict cash payments to players, the organization can no longer limit education-related benefits schools can give to them.
Hacks, Bo Burnham’s Inside, and Mae Martin’s Feel Good tackle the existential crisis of trying to be funny when the world is on fire.
"I think it's just a perception that people have, that I just was like, 'Give it to me!' and I had it."
Khloé Kardashian Said She's Had A Nose Job After She Was Asked About Comments That She's "Had Her Third Face Transplant"
"Everyone says, 'Oh, my gosh, she's had her third face transplant.' But I've had one nose job."
The deadly crash on a highway took place as tropical depression Claudette tore through the South.
After a photographer who grew up documenting his father almost lost him to COVID, it solidified their bond.
The Fort Lauderdale Gay Men's Chorus described it as a tragic accident.
The Delta Variant Could Create “Two Americas” Of COVID, Experts Warn
If you are fully vaccinated, you are most likely to be safe. But in parts of the US where few people have gotten COVID vaccine shots, the Delta variant could trigger renewed deadly surges.
How Americans Across The Country Celebrated Juneteenth This Year As A National Holiday For The First Time
Though Juneteenth was celebrated long before it became a federal holiday, this year it was cause for wide celebration across the country.
A Man In A Pickup Truck Hit Several Cyclists At A Bike Race And Drove Away Before Being Shot By Police
At least seven people are in critical condition, a city official told BuzzFeed News, and are being treated at hospitals.
Here are some of the most interesting and powerful photo stories from across the internet.
China Secretly Built A Vast New Infrastructure To Imprison Muslims
China rounded up so many Muslims in Xinjiang that there wasn’t enough space to hold them. Then the government started building.
"We love our sweet, good boy and will miss him always," the first couple said in a statement.
Juneteenth is now a federal holiday. How have Americans been celebrating it since the end of the Civil War?
BuzzFeed News made calls and in-person visits to the offices of the 14 Republicans who voted against Juneteenth. Not everyone was home.
21 LGBTQ Memoirs You Need To Listen To
From the hilarious to the poignant to the thought-provoking, these audiobook memoirs are perfect listens for Pride Month and beyond.
A Dad's Simple Act Of Support For His Gay Son During Pride Has Gone Viral On TikTok
A School District Announced Guidelines To Protect The Rights Of Trans Students. Some Locals Tried To Storm The School Board Meeting.
A Boat Burst Into Flames After Its Passengers Allegedly Harassed A Group Flying LGBTQ Pride Flags
A Telegraph source denied to BuzzFeed News that the piece had been pulled as a result of pressure from the Palace, but the newspaper declined to comment on the record.
The manager of the Waffle House told BuzzFeed News staff welcomed the visitor but were worried about how many waffles he was eating: "You know they’re pretty big. That's a lot of bread."
Richard Barnett is one of the highest-profile Capitol insurrectionists, thanks to the viral photos of him behind the desk in Nancy Pelosi's office.
"I think it was just something that I needed to go through by myself."
"The Atmospherians" Is The BuzzFeed Book Club July Pick. Enter For A Chance To Win A Signed Copy And Swag Bag.
"The Atmospherians" by Alex McElroy is next month's BuzzFeed Book Club pick, and we're giving away signed books, audiobooks, and, for one lucky winner, a swag bag.
Alex McElroy's cult novel The Atmospherians is the BuzzFeed Book Club July read. Here's the first chapter.
"It really does warm my heart up that people are trying."
In this week's newsletter: Imagining the future of VidCon if it continues to have TikTok's influence, and how common it's become for creators to take short and long breaks from the internet.
"It’s clearly untrue that because she has Down syndrome, she can’t be a cheerleader," the founder of an organization for cheerleaders with disabilities told BuzzFeed News.
Oh, and a lawsuit. The beauty guru addressed almost all of it in a new video.
The Couple Who Pointed Guns At Protesters In Front Of Their Mansion Pleaded Guilty To Misdemeanor Charges
The couple will have to surrender their weapons to authorities so they can be destroyed.
Guy Reffitt of Texas is charged with being on the Capitol grounds with a semiautomatic handgun.
Families of two young men who were killed in a 2017 crash alleged in a lawsuit that the app's feature encouraged dangerous speeding that led to the accident.
"For a lot of musicians, they may have played a certain kind of music, but they were part of the swirl of creativity happening."
In one year, people in southwestern Louisiana lived through five major disasters on top of a pandemic. Another bad hurricane season is already here, and thousands still have holes in their roofs.
Prosecutors said Nicholas David Kraus, 35, was drunk when he intentionally accelerated his vehicle into a group protesting police brutality, killing one woman.
The UK's Advertising Regulator Is Naming And Shaming Influencers Who They Say Keep Breaking The Rules
"It’s not difficult: be upfront and clear when posts and Stories are ads."
For Black patients hospitalized with the coronavirus, the quality of the hospitals they are admitted to may play an outsize role in determining whether they survive.
The court sided with a Catholic agency that wouldn’t place foster kids with same-sex couples, but rejected a request to issue a broader ruling on nondiscrimination policies.
Regé-Jean Page Hilariously Revealed How "Overwhelmed" His Family Were By His Sex Scenes In "Bridgerton"
"My family doesn't want to be overwhelmed by my backside, specifically, too often."